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Do you dare confront the monstrous faces of pollution, capitalism and pro-life cheerleaders?
This Halloween, the hottest seasonal attraction will be a house of political horrors.
It seems to be an unofficial rule of the modern art fair that sooner or later they are obliged to transcend their creative and physical boundaries and expand beyond their original brief and location.
In 2014, the art world continued to expand beyond traditional boundaries, establishing centers in cities around the globe.
For those of you here in Miami, we've collected a few internet-inspired art manifestations to visit IRL (in real life), and for you at home, a list of hashtags and Instagram accounts to follow, so you can keep up with everything that's happening in #Miami.
"We were looking to demonstrate, in a poetic manner, the amount of plastic waste that is consumed daily," Luzinterruptus
From one night to the next the audience-performers and their stories must have varied greatly, making for rather unique but
Pedro Reyes says being Mexican is like living in an apartment where an upstairs neighbor has a leaking swimming pool. "Just
Well, for example, we're looking at climate change, and we're having a discussion about geo-engineering. Do you know about
Mock United Nations meetings, plays enacted in sweaty bath houses, live performances based on the melting of glaciers. It's